Before this, ProgrammerFish published source code of 16+ Atari games which included legends like Robotron, Centipede, Commando and many more.
In a recent excavation, Chris Locke has discovered some well preserved Atari, Nintendo and other gaming antiques which include the Atari joystick, Nintendo’s game controller and some other relics. Yes, technology grows old really fast and these devices wont be older then 1970s but the sheer growth of technology, 1970s means distant distant times in terms of technology.
Here are some of the finds:
Hilarofustis atarium- (commonly referred to as the Atari Joystick)
Dominaludus nintendicus- (commonly referred to as the Nintendo Controller)
Dexteludicrum repuerasco- (commonly referred to as Game Boy)
Ludustatarium temperosony- Commonly referred to as ("Playstation controller" or "Dual Shock")
Ambulephebus sonysymphonia- (commonly referred to as the Walkman)
Dominaludus sexagentaquad- (commonly referred to as the Nintendo 64 Controller or "N64")
Dominaludus supernintendicus- (commonly referred to as the Supernintendo Controller or "SNES")
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